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Knights make it four on the bounce with victory away in Canberra

The nib Newcastle Knights NRL side have defeated the Canberra Raiders 28-6 in Round 22 at GIO Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

After a dominant first half display, the Knights scored four tries to the Raiders one.

The result is the side's fourth win in a row and the Club's first win in Canberra since 2018.

Don't miss any of the action for the Knights run home as the side pushed for a potential finals spot. Take your seat.


1st min - The match kicked off down in the nation's capital against a strong Raiders outfit.

7th min - Newcastle would post first points with Kalyn Ponga continuing his rich vein of form.

Lachlan Fitzgibbon broke into the back-field and after an initial stumble, found the fullback looming on the outside for the red and blue's first.

Ponga streaks away

12th min - Ponga added another two points after kicking a penalty goal from in front of the posts.

20th min - The Knights were completing their sets to a high percentage in the opening stages and were rewarded with their second try of the game.

A long ball from Jackson Hastings produced a try for Greg Marzhew in the corner.

Brilliant ball from Hastings sets up Marzhew

32nd min - Dom Young had the Knights third of the game after an incredible put down in the corner.

The try was the Englishman's 20th of the season and keeps him at the top of the NRL try-scorers list.

40th min - After a dominant opening 40, the Knights would go into the sheds ahead 20-0.

43rd min - The Knights continued to keep the scoreboard ticking after the break with Tyson Gamble on hand to cross the stripe.

Dane Gagai broke through the Raiders in defence and found the five-eighth in support to score the Knights fourth of the game.

Gamble crosses the stripe

52nd min - Jordan Rapana scored in the corner for the home side to notch the Raiders first.

55th min - KP added another penalty goal to put the score out to 28-6.


The Knights will head over to Perth to take on the Dolphins next round before a run of three home games in a row. Take your seat.